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An article published in the January 2019 Issue of Translation Animal Science measured enteric methane emissions related to contrasting levels of residual feed intake in a confined environment of Hereford steers.
A recent article published in the January 2019 Issue of Translational Animal Science evaluated the incidence of morbidity, mortality, and growth performance on nursery pigs in a wean-to-finish facility undergoing two different antibiotic feeding programs.
A recent article published in Translational Animal Science investigates the effects of varied levels of PG-600 and its impact on pregnancy rates when given during anestrus.
A recent study published in the January 2019 Journal of Animal Science, researches supplemented nutritionally balanced pig feed with flaxseed meal and oat hulls.
We are looking for abstracts and proceedings papers for the 2019 WSASAS Section Meeting.
Take a peek at what's to come during the Breeding and Genetics Symposium at the 2019 ADSA-ASAS Midwest Meeting.
Learn more about the exciting symposia at this year's ADSA-ASAS Midwest Annual meeting.
A recent article published in the January issue of the Journal of Animal Science evaluated how adding microbial xylanase to pig feed impacted the digestibility of wheat- and corn-based diets.
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